When the European football champions play a Champions League match at the Bernabeu next month, it will be the largest and longest stadium in Europe.
The new Stade de France, which will host the final of the Champions League, will be bigger than all the stadiums in the entire country, according to Eurostat.
That’s because it will take up half the whole ground, as opposed to the current capacity of just over 90,000.
With so much space, it is the most ambitious stadium in football, according the stadium construction company, Calcio Constructiva.
The stadium will also be the world’s tallest, standing just over 2,000 metres (9,000 feet) above the ground.
It will be a record-breaking venue, and Calcios construction company says it is expected to break the previous record of 1,543.6 metres (5,300 feet) set in 2012 by a stadium in Helsinki, Finland.
The construction of the new Stadio della Scala has been going on for the past two years, with construction starting in 2015.
The city is now planning the biggest construction project in Europe and the world in recent memory, the world famous stadium, which is also being built on the same site.
The world-famous stadium is in the heart of the city, and is part of the City of Rome, the largest city in Italy.
The World Cup will be played there from 2019.
The Stadios da Luz is home to Italy’s national football team, and the stadium has been the home of football since 1888.
The club won the European Cup in 1888, the European Super Cup in 1989 and the UEFA Cup in 1992.
This year’s competition is the biggest ever in the history of European football.
A total of 10,000 people will be at the stadium when it opens on August 13.
Calcius construction company is one of the largest construction companies in the country.
The company works with more than 600 companies in a wide variety of industries, from construction to transportation.
The site was originally intended for the stadium in 1926.
Calcs construction company has worked on the Stadion della Leche since 1994.
The ground will be home to the first football stadium in Italy since the 1930s.
The first Stadions in the region were constructed in the 1930’s and the new stadium will have the first in-ground football pitch since it was built.